A few years ago I left Blue Sky Studios after 15 great years because I was on a mission to live and work in Paris as much as possible. A few things had to converge to make that happen but the final and most important piece of the puzzle was ZBrush, which gave me the ability to work from anywhere so, I did, and it changed my life.
Now, ZBrush has changed my life again;
I am building what I feel is a groundbreaking anatomy study tool. It’s an app called L’Ecorché: Classical Anatomy for Artists, and without ZBrush this app would not be possible.
Originally developed as a personal reference tool for my courses with anatomy expert Scott Eaton (who, in fact, I met through the Pixologic Educational portal), this application has grown from a simple sculpture for the iPad into a fully-developed application for iPad, iPhone, Mac desktop and eventually Andriod and PC desktop platforms.
I am currently in the final weeks of finishing the App. I will plan a launch at my booth at Spectrum Live in Kansas City Mo. May 18-20
I’ll continue to share my ZBrush sculptures on my website , as well as techniques and time lapse movies on my Vimeo page . I’m always interested in meeting other artists, and sharing a ZBrush connection is like a secret handshake for an exclusive club, and I’m proud to be in the ranks.
I want to thank ZBrush for changing the way I work and the way I live.
For more info please check out
and my company webpage (for the app)
My personal webpage
my vimeo page
NOTE: the first 4 sculpted figure images below are by Scott Eaton, who is over seeing the anitomical accuracy of all the models in the app.